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When I set a security group to have List Access (ACLs) for folder only the folder says it's empty.

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When I set a security group to have List Access (ACLs) for folder only the folder says it's empty.
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Hi,

I believe that you have selected only List Folder Contents permission, could you add Read & Execute, Read permissions of that folder and see whether it's working fine.
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Yes , AFAIK, This is by Design..

 Go to security tab of the folder - Click on advanced button at the bottom - ON permission tab make apply to "This folder and subfolder". This will grant them an access to List out all the subfolder which are under parent folder.

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_Prashant_
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Helpful info.  I only wanted to provide List access to parent folder not sub-folders.
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